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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 8 J ivferry Ohiipietmas to -All! m 8- 8 Opera House, One Solid Week I Monday, December 25.1 KK3COCOMiB0tCI0CHOfK)O00OC00O0O0O0OCOOOCO0H0OCO z (owndfif Prices i REDUCED jg' For this engagement S 0n,v IS To 10 and 20 Cents. y Ladies - Free Moil day! Mr, Graham Earl A n I) II illiiM IM (Of M, 1 111 a Hepertoir of New and Popular Plays! 8 8 8 16 16 lNo waiting between ACTS. PEOPLE! BIG 5 Vaudeville 5 Acts 1. v, OPENING PLAY, Nothing cheap but Vi the prices. U The Rope of Fate! ft w .... I Reserved Ms on sale at Striker's MM Stoee. i 'A 3 - P

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 December 1899

If THE I MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. tin. MAIISALIj, SAI.IXK COUNTY, MISSOURI. DKC. 18W. no. 47. SUSPECTED 0A8E OF SMALLPOX Albeit Glasgow, a negro tcceritly re leased from the I.cxIngJoii jail, Is under ipr ir sntint, Iiclug Mispcctcct of hiving the small pox. Men have been dclnileil by the city authorities to wnteli continually his place of abode, on Kcdman Avenue, in what is known s "string town," that the di-case may nut spread. Uvery precaution will be taken and 110 sellout trouble in preventing other cant s, iscxpectcd by ourmcdlc.il men. Many Mil. gout! towns have had case of this dp-mled disease this winter, but nothing seiinus tint yet resulted In nny of them. Glasgow broke j.ill in Higglusviltc not long go awl was arrested by our local officers at his father1 home and at once taken to Lex ington where he wax given quaiti r in j dl. Two weeks ago however, he b.came rick and upon examination by I)r Fulkcrsou, hi mother was Rent for, with n request tn remove and take care of her foi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 December 1899

I tic mnnannLL rcruDLiunm ! f THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN, I'Mcml nt llio l'otol)tee In Mm hull. Mo., at secoinl-clas.1 mutter. tkis.mh: ti.fwt'Kit vi:.ii ix AmwxcT. PERCY H. VAN DfKC, Editor. MAKSIIAM., UISSOUKI, IIIX. 20, 1800. PROSPERITY AND CHARITY. TIib Xinas of ')) presents :m ivlnvnble cont imt with tlioHi ill several pr. ceding jo.irs The causes wliicli hive produced llie chuigc, ore lis easily adduced ns the facts rc lioMly apparent. Natural ennditioi.s hac pi tycd tlicir part in tlili Ir.iiisfotiiiiiltnn, hut mi; mil in In ctvililitt r.s wholly ricspnusdic The chief f ictor lias bjen (lie trade activity ol the cotinlry, tt poll which tests our prosperity mul n resultant happiness. 1'itnii one city, reports of such :i rush In Xtit.is trmle ns iu necessitate selling upon Sltmliy ; fiom another information lli.it charity donations nru far in excess of the eiMsof the de.iti'tilc for assist mice, these arc the tidings which proclaim the munificence of the present nml the era ol con...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. GOLDEN WEDDING. Relative and Friends ol Mr. and Mm. J Lowenttein Enter ained in Honor of Their Fiftieth Marriage Anniversary. I'or mckvocUiy lint Urn n-ili . .. i.. -i. ... . i . i over nu cti'iii much promised to VOitiii. Int.. inoiut i arlnysnnd broach, n fortune in tlicinsvlvcx, the present of the groom. Tne groom was in full dress Willi a beautiful diamond button n prcs- cm 01 Mie lirirte. Tin... .... ... r.n i i . ... J "'it miiihw'cii ny ,Mg Otmfe i,j!,.VL. 1ur li iii U i in.. iniiiiani i vir I lie golden be one of tlic most given I" otir city, wedding of Mr. nnil citstcin, who nte old ntul vi ry liii;tf lyretpictcd resident of our city, hi response tn invi t.ilioit.i kstttd, n large iiumlicr of relatives ntul .1 liuiiti.il number of friends, assem bled at Mistletoe pntlnr.i on the evening of Tliur.Mlay, Dec jStli, to witness the timri i.ie cvicuimiy of tint pioilllnent ;tiul happy fOUjte. There IS untn. thing very Itcniltl fill in coniucfon with a gol...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 December 1899

extends cotiyr.il illations .villi I lie hope that the omen, "Happy Is the In itk- the Mm shims on," wilt nlso include the gloom, who made a most fururallc impression upon nil who met him mid that tliclr lives imy lie .is bright nnd sunshiny as the bc.iiitlf.il December day upon which tliey were wed. Hillen'Jolinjon. Henry V. Hlllen, k)ii of the Kite Peler llillcn, uf Arrow Rock, ami Mi-M Sadie J Joliii-on, daughter ol Mr. mid Mrs. Willi. un Johnson, of till city, wire married on Wtducs day afternoon, Die 37th, nl A p. m.nt Slattr, Mo.. I'nllivr Cnricy, o( tliu Catholic clmrcli, officiating. The bride, a pretty blonde, lias been employed at the office of the Citi.en in tltiH cty, mid is n very luv.ly . young lady; rite wore n pretty traveling dtcss of blue cloth with trimmings of white silk, gloves and lint ctisuito. The ginun, a tlitifty yotuij; farmer, wore the usual Mack. The attendants wete Mis Dora HIHeii, sislir of the groom, and Mr. Otis Craig, of Arrow Rock. Mr. nml Mr. llil...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN.' An Ideal Xmi Day. At the home of Mr. and Mm. t. C. Patterson on Xinas.the day was colored in their usually haonv fashion, Mrs. Mary );. King and daughters, Misses Alice mid Ulela, and son I'hito, with Mr. J. M. Pat tenon and tittle Florence and Catherine made the clrclcconiplctc with the exception of the loved ones who on account of the climate are (spending the winter among the flowers in the botithland. The presents in this home are not distributed until afternoon. and the big children, ns well as the smalt ones, tool: forward anxiously for the hour, as no one knows what his or tier own presents are to be. After ttic Xmas dinner hail been enjoyed to the fullest, the sliding doors were opened and such a vis Ion of beauty as was reven!cd;lhcrc stood as handsome a tree full of alt kinds of presents for old nnd young, as ever gladdened ttie eves of children, and it was indeed a beautiful sight to rcc this hannv family seated around tbctrcr.whilc J, C. Patters...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 December 1899

tfiE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN LOAL NEWS. Potatoes :Bcn. tin at Ilnynle Ilron. C L" licrnard sjicnt Xmas In (ho city with his family. Cuff button, ami scarf pin. J. H. Kcllcy. All ltvctor left Snturdny for CM cago ou builncM. Tho Marshall Hook Co.. for Mono Itram Htntlonarj. if MlssOrrl nuklntf a lo rela tive. In St. Lout. Ilajnle llrui for hlifli urado coffecx ul "V- bottom price. Clot, watches' nil kind. .1. H. Kcllcy. A. II. Slcn'nit left Monday for n trip throiiKh Kaiun. Holiday ojn nliig-, Monday Deo. Dili nt Mnr-hnll Hook Co. tf Mis lllancli (.'order pnt till week nllh reutlu nt Alma. Ml .lullcttu Seolt x,ht the week with relatives nt Mexico. Horn to Mr. nnd Mr. A, Iloicn- ban Ike 19th, u tlnuphlcr. Dr. llllmn Harrison wu unable to lie nt hl ollleo Friday. Mis Ulllo Spark, of ninckburn, pent tlio hullduys at homo. Si xr cent discount on Hoots uni HImh'i ut 1H W. II. Fletcher'. Miss Jutiuury, of Wnrcrly, the Uncut of A I'liiliiirgor mid fuinlly tlil'i week. MIm Hrmii nml Hurl Mnrinai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN,' vvvwvvwvvvw IHE NEW YORK ffltf v Wishes all of its patrons a Mer ry Christmas and thanks yon for your liberal patronage during the Pgst year. Just One More Week ol the hale, in which we givcDyou A 10 Per Cent REBATE for Cash. Very Respectfully, ' MAV25R & SON. LOCAL IN EWEF. . lK'tllo l)realhed arrived In our city on t'rll.v and led Saturday lor .Vrl.on. nrvouipanlcd liy Ml Mary tlrrttlml, whew they vMted relative. Mr mid Mm Muurlcc Haciloi n, P TItcnold and ultlrr Mliti Kama wrtvcntcitalucd at dinner on Xmnn day liy Mr and Mm S W Amcntrout. Ml Virginia Young uliu U hav. lag her mice rultlvati'd undcrCnarlc Huniphrey of Hi ImuU ciiJocI the crk with her parcnl at her home In thli fit-. I J. P. Hu.ton mado a llylnit trip to' St. Lout on Saturday and Joined lit fimlly In Kanaaa City on Monday, krc they aro i;uel of relative for the ck. Mr. Harry Hutton and chlldrtu, Lion and Jo.cph and Mr. and Mm. Jnie Duff Aklnn were tho fruota of Mr. and Mri. Y. S. Iluil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 December 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. STAGE KISSES ARB GENUINE The Pufclic Demand Realism Etta in Stage Loy-Wk'ng. "Embraces and klssoi arc rehcora. cd with the eitremcst rare," writes Franklin's Fylcs, of "Too Itchcnrsal of a Play," In tlio January Ladles' Homo Journal. "Thny must havo an Impulslvo manner. Thoy mutt look aufllcltntly fervid. It Is a curious light that of two player who arc to eiprcss tho anient lovo which Shake aphcro has written for hit 'Itomeo and Dul let,' Imt who at rehearsal, In modern clothes and no accessories of glamour, practlcu a klsa as mechanic ally and unfeelingly as though it were as It is then utterly devoid of sen tlmrnt. Thrro must bo no hesitation nor clumsiness. Romeo Is not cr mlttcd to dccldo whether to throwboth arms around his awcetheart or only one, orwhlch. Nor may Jullotboahy or forward, yielding or resisting, as she chooses. Tlio director will placo their arms for them if they do not themselves mako a picturesque exhib it of tenderness. And tho Mut Sh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 December 1899

3 '3. Extraordinary Bargains i 1 To unload all kinds of winter floods. Largest stoek of Uothing in Saline County to select from, We have just received a large and best bought line of Boys' and Children's Clothing wc have ever bought. Large line of staple, Dry Goods, Capes, Jackets, Blankets, Boots and Shoes all bought before the advance. Large line of Dolls al cost. Everybody come and get prices; get in line with the people and buy your winter goods at low prices. Your to plwipp, M. K. FARMBR. a LOCAL IN DRIEF. Jui immnry of KuimIIioum, vUltrtl Mai - I Uii- "ilk. lii ali ami wife It'll W. im moon for KntiM I'.. IhiBiilnirltltThurnliit for hi. .mil i-lirr Hilirt. "it'll i i-ll-iuOrci' ! It'lhuii" .' I. ii Timi. nolo; ! ! of ui ' II Uiu day SI I." I)i a . Thm 1 lis. ' tl i SI ' II .ti lilt'. J" liu. to I tin Mi-- M lr Tu. Hi i 1. Ilu VI, i m: I I . M lllir ol Knn-ii-. t It. j .i ii." l..)ui,K'li. ttulitini; on ... nUlit. ..ml Mr. MeOjiwIiU nml Mis Virginia, niv tlotllnir ..... . Mn. I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 December 1899

IN THE COUNTY- MALTA BEND. 11,i' wiilillug of Dr i: II Miller mnl Ml 1VI J pier wan olcinnltrd nt tho M F. ctmivli Mouth, Tup.dnjr cmilnir. nt "::, Her A I. Ilnti.tnn oltidathin'. It wai it UT' yrrtt) ulTalr. A iurp tlun wn uhcii at 1 li' home ul the lirlih to which man) friend, mrr In tiln). Tin' Imppv i-unpln hare I'mi'' In their fiiltnn homr n Wnkltn, "km. uhrrv ni' ho' ii Ion. n.eful, hiipi) mill priiieriM fiitnro uivnlt. Hum. Our illlTrrrnt ehtirehr. iili.trml ( hf ktmii. h rendering .hint nu uraui. rnJ Klvlntf u trcnt to the s S neholnn. MmllrO I) rtlvpheu., of A1Iaii,Kii.. I .ptnillnjr tin1 hnllilit) with lnr par ent. Mr no.) Mil A II M.'ltnlierW. Hey M. Mluhcll. of Mnr-Iiiill. im impM tin- M I; ilinirli inlilt hint Snnila v inurulti nnil t-vriiln-.'. ll( It I, I.UhiltT IHTUpkll till' iu- it of thv Prulrjli i Inn i'Iini-vli In ,Mur hnll lnt Suuiln) I .nmmr MYERS & BELL'S Fire Salvage Sale of Shoes For Cash, ? Goes Merrily On. te QuIli' a LUuiUif vritv In n' fiom Ml ami ii...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 December 1899

wilt rontons of lilnckliuni vlelnlty Ml. Miller of Ml Keonard mrr tolled In innrrinK'- "- noine 01 ilrlnide nee 'jll Hotel I llelner of rVdnlln In W u-ur-l of I i !' flirt Ml LJ Wallace. She will Iki tin1 mold of honor lit Hi" Mayer-Wallace wed- Jink'. flrovcn arrived Hatitrilav fff (row Ciihiml'ln licnilnl nttenillnjr tlx. Uiilirinuy. tun MHiri jii Viola aim nrrlitil from Howard ?-Pjnc, I'njiHe. .'On Xinm nlulit " colond four bumlrcJ turned out In Kcorijroiin nr r.r In honor of the well widdltnr nf rr v I'ratlcr am) .Ml-n l.ncy I'lnley P. TV contracting put lien mv worthy bide., of T l; HniiifK iiim r l. ivnk. Tbcr in a O'atnoTo p:n Willi arc Injuns! '' the iiu if eof- - kc. ltcrciitly lltcro lin Ikcii placei! In all I-'1 tnvrjr atiiren u new pic- titration 'UIMil IiIiAIN-O, ititidc of If' pun-ci-alii". Ilmt taken tin" plu" of mITeC. tie ino'i iii'iiciiie- -toiniifii rcvfhr" It without 1 1 -1 !.-.. mid lull i.-. ..hi ii!l It frmii i'iiITi. It iIihm V jotro-t over I n iiiiii'Ii. t.'...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 December 1899

..AWT w . . THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. t 3 3 3 3 3 & After the Holidays, Comes thcttttftftfttt e JANUARY ARIH 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 -x 3 a Is '3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 ii!HWi mi Miiiiilni1." ' " " 11 1 !" : And we expect to make ii to your interest to at I end this sale. sr. & For the January Sale. -T , j For the January Sale . 1NO, i Special Offer - - Ladies Fleeced Vests anil Pauls. Vests have taped necks. Special offer, each, . . 10c ' Special offer No. 4 I Ladies' outinyllanncl gowns, made out (if good, heavy flannel; made well and trimmed. Special offer . . 50 and 98c For the January Sale. T x For the January Sale. Special Offer - - INO, Z I Special offer . . JNO. 5 i i it ... r:i.i..i i.i,..,.i ,r... . .....i I allies net iiimii.ii, i-iuiiim ) mm g ft ,t une-min on on an Pants. Vests have slllMaped uer.l:. PanNj French Hond. A good one for 4tfc. j Special offer, each, . . . 38c Blankets. 5 For the January Sale. ."3 .-!. . Special Offer No, 3 For the January Sa...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 January 1900

ft,. v ISC' i-.tvV:' " 1 ' urn in i i, , m- n THE ; ff MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARS ALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, JAN. 5., 1900. mo. 48. ' DILLON'S AWFUL DEATH. CterfCoUkrlros.MtftMttto DaetkfeBIa lag Rock at lUckwtttr, lotfy Badly . MmcM Patrick Dillon, whose home is in Settees, Kansas, was the vjctim of a horrible explosl oo on New Tear's day, while perforating his regular work of blasting rock aear Blackwa tcr on the Pacific railroad. He waa an cm ployec of Collier Bros, of Kansas City, the firm now macadamizing Jefferson Ave. of this city and hnd for quite a while been engaged in this blasting at the Fray quarries. The exact story of the occurrence is not knowu. The oaly one in a position to see it all, does not live to tell it. It is thought how ever, that a second blast was attempted too soon after the explosion of the first aad was ignited preauturcly m a teeak. Ufa kaawa thathe mada a'aiiaU Hait fa a wall Jrttiedhal, that be misfcUMka a fieaarc la wkicik ta alact a larger charg...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 January 1900

Marshall wmm Kntcml at the Ppploffloc In Marshall, Mo., an .econu-ems manor. TERM 8: $1.00 PEK YKAIt IN ADVANCE. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAK9IIAM., MISSOURI, JAN. 5, I900. Marshall is it. Now or good folds td the country, The Republican tdw tine is iH od shah for' I960. jt Is a great New VwHol- Matsbat.l. Nd bthcr New Yekr has promised sb macil pros perity for Marshall. News items and not ads. have crowded out the editorial department of our paper this week. The Journal of Jefferson City is booming Joe Flory for governor. It has been many moons since The Republblican referred to him as the best and most popular nominee the party could make. Marshall is happy over her good fortune in securing the feeble minded i nstitution. May the year develop and bring forwards goodly number of such prizes.that our insatiable de sire for further conquests and improvements may he in a measure satisfied. In rcferr lg to Marshall's capture of the prize at Kansas City last week, the Journal said: Th...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Handsomely Entertained. Cards were sent out Saturday by J. C. Pattersou to his gentlemen friends which read like this: Mr. J. C. Pattersou at home, Tuesday, January and, 1900, from to 12. Some of us must acknowledge Out we looked the dainty little dative over and over again, think lag surely there had Itceti some mistake and that the card roust have been addressed to Mr. and Mrs. But in course of time, we took in the situation that this i;lc gant reception was given only to the gentlemen. In response to one hundred in vitations issued, some 85 gentle men representing Marshall's prom eat men, assembled at the rcsl dence of Mr. and Mrs. J. C Patter son, where n splendid reception was had. The host was assisted in receiv lag by Charles Potter nnd lMiilo King, who overlooked nothing that coald in any way have added to the success of the entertainment, which save the gentlemen a fine opportunity to become Iwttcr ac qvainted with each other. After a pleasant time ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. To Rtr. W. R. Dofcyns and Wife. The reception given on Thum day evening by Me.-dnint s S V. Armentrout and Hebe McDauiel at their attractive home on Captol Hill, was a most pleasant affair and was a farewell reception to Rev. W. R. Dobyns and wife, the former having been pastor of the Presbyterian church in this city for 8 years or more and is now pastor of the Hirst Presbyterian church at St. Joseph, Mo. This evening was one oi rare pleasure, when reminiscences of the past were indulged in and hopes for the future expressed. With conversation and a gay time socially, this evening saddened on ly by the thoughts of separation of pastor and people came to nn end. .A luncheon consisting of chicken croquettes, escallopcd oysters, orange salad, served in tkc orange cups, hot biscuit, cranberry punch, pickles, marguerites, coffee and mint wafers were served in the dining room to the following com pany: Dr. and Mrs. J. IS. Harris, T. W. Hunter and wife, Mrs. Rob er...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CoflMUmeaUry to Mies Coos ofMcxio. The beautiful suburban home of Mr. and Mrs. T, M. Rainey was the scene of a merry company on Friday evening where they enter tained in honor of their guest, Miss Nellie Coons of Mexico, the host and hnttMt were agisted in their duties by 'Mrs. Maggie Nor them of Mexico, nnd Mrs. Prouty of Abilene Ki-iimis, who made a lovely rericvinjr party, mid the hospitalities were charmingly dls pencil. The piincipul announcement of the evening wps "Progrsive Anagrams" which were highly entertaining; Miss Agues Spencer and Mr. T. H. llnrvey wen sue cessful in solving the greatest number of points A del cions luticlicoii was n r red m f .n'.e dour consisting of oyster puttie, celety salad oltvts, punch, coffee, fruit cake and fruit. Tin- following persons enjojtd this most enjoyable function. Misses Pcaih Pjirish, May Br.iurtoii, l.ouisu Noble, l-earl Parrish, Sad'c Hucklaud, Mnry Ho-thcni, Miss Minnie Vance nnd Agnes Spencer, Meujrs Cla...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Potatoes 25c a bu at Haynio Bros. Hurrah for Marshall, tho boat town la tho State! Th'o Marshall Hook Co., for Mono gjam Stationary. tf Q. F. Goodwin Is stopping at Hotel Hurt since tho fire. aynlo Bros for high gride coffees at 20c bottom prices. Mil). Will Motils of Si Lou In spent SRiuday in Marshall. Hpllday opening, Monday Dee. 11th at Marshall llook Co. tf Mrs John Hhoadcs undo a visit re otKtly to friends at Slater. C. 1!. Bernard has 1xxn qulto sick a! hi home on Capitol Hill. GulT button und scarf pins. J. S. Kollcy. 20 per cent discount on Boots and Shoes at dtft I V. n. Fletcher's. . L. Terrlll was confined to tho fcouso the llrst of the week from sick- i!S. Miss Sallle Spencer will ueeompuny Mrs. Dohyn mid make tin exwnded flail. II. II. Downing came in Saturduy horning mid lell Tuenluy for n busi ness trip. Mrs Gus Mayer and Mrs C M Duck or tctutiicd from Kansas CltyThum day night. Horn to Mr. ami Mrs Boonu De (Junnoon Tl.timda),...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. VYVYVVVYVVW Extraordinary Bargains To unload all kinds of winter goo'ds. Largest stock of Clothing in Saline County to select from, We have just received a large and best bought line of Boys1 and Children's Clothing we have ever bought. Large line of staple, Dry Goods, Capes, Jackets, Blankets, Boots and Shoes all bought before the advance. Large line, of Dolls at cost. Everybody come and get prices; get in line with the people and buy your winter goods at low prices. Youra to please, Northeast Corner Square. M. PC. FARMER LOCAL NEWS. lUlph Duggln ivtumcd to Moon- j vlllo Wednesday whore he In attend- i lug tho Keiujier School, VnwterV compound extract of Sar nupnrlllit with Iron Iodide of potash In nu excellent remedy for purifying the blood mid restoring Htit'iitrll mid tono to the M.VHtcin. Try It. ul7 Uin Hon. Adair WIIhoii, tit Denver, Col., made n vIhU to hi motlicr Mm. Mary I'. WIIhoii and Mm. Annie Vanco tltlri week; liu left Wednesday for tho west. ...

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